05: Heartbreakin' Man
06: The Way that He Sings
07: Just One Thing
09: Xmas Curtain
10: One Big Holiday
11: I Will Sing You Songs
12: Steam Engine
13: Run Thru
01: I Still Miss Someone
02: Bermuda Highway
06: Evelyn is not Real
07: Easy Morning Rebel
08: Phone Went West
Collection MyMorningJacketBand/Artist My Morning JacketDate September 26, 2003Venue Headliners Music HallLocation Louisville, KYSource AKG ck63 > Active Cables > JK LABS DVC > Canare Starquad Interconnects > Apogee Mini Me (line in) > M1 @ 48kLineage DAT > Hard Drive > SHNTaped by Jon Ice (email@example.com)Transferred by Jon Ice (firstname.lastname@example.org)
December 16, 2009
I listen to this show once a week
July 24, 2006
This show, as well as the next night, are two benchmark moments in the band's history. Jim's acoustic set is an obvious standout, as is the Phone Went West. They roar out of the gate in spectacular fashion with Mahgeetah and Dancefloors.
The show features 10 of the 12 songs from It Still Moves, brand new at the time, and all translate well to the stage.
This show is one of the best representations of MMJ early on in their extensive It Still Moves touring.
June 20, 2006
Currently my favorite performance on here, but the recording leaves a little to be desired. Not the taper's fault; the live mix never sounds that great with these guys either.
Anyway, check this one out for the acoustic tunes and the huge Phone Went West.
August 10, 2005
nothing wrong with this recording
There is nothing wrong with this recording. If you like audience recordings, then this one will do the trick. The drums are no higher in the mix than if you were standing in the audience.
High energy show. Nice sound.
August 6, 2004
This show kicks ass
Sound is not so great, but I've sampled all the MMJ shows on here, and none are really that good. Audience is loud, but at good moments. They scream when appropriate, it doesn't drown out the music, but makes you get into it more. The main problem I have, which is a big one, is the drums are waaay to loud. The drums drown out everything else. When the drums are banging away really good, you can't hear the guitar, and you can barely hear James' voice. The acoustic portion reminds you how loud the drums really are, since no one is playing them during these songs, and James and the guitar sound great. Out of all the shows, this is the one I would choose, but I only gave it 4 stars since you're really downloading a long drum solo. Might be a bit harsh, but regardless, this is the show to get.